This is a breakfast I’ve enjoyed a few times this semester. It’s dead simple to make and will last you a while through the day. Plus it’s just fantastic.
Heat a pan on medium-high. When hot, turn down to medium and add a teaspoon of oil. Add a handful of frozen hash browns and stir fry them until they start to brown. Then add in a small can of baked beans and mix it in until heated through. Put it in a bowl or plate to await our fried egg.
Cooking a fried egg is all up to preference. I like my yolk runny, so I’ll be cooking to over easy doneness. For more info about how to cook fried eggs, check out this article. Clean your pan or use a different pan and heat it up on medium. Add a teaspoon of oil, and crack your egg into it. Season it with salt and pepper, and let it cook for about 2 minutes. Flip it over, but be a little gentle so you don’t break the yolk. Let the other side cook for 30 seconds or so, then remove from the pan and set it on top of your hash.
You can add vegetables like bell peppers or onions as well,, but for now, it’s done. The runny yolk adds a delicious creaminess to the hash and makes this a great bowl of comfort. Remember: you need to eat your whole life, so you might as well eat well. See you next time!